Pegasus

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Trafford Publishing, Jan 25, 2005 - Drama
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Colonel Hamp Porter finds himself in the middle of two life-changing experiences, one concerning his personal life and the other concerning the security of his beloved United States of America. Hamp has just returned from the army after twenty six years of service. However, his plans of living out his life with his wife died two years ago with her. Now he faces an uncertain future, but he won't remain alone because he rekindles a friendship with Gwen whose marriage to a two-timing husband is nearing an end. Upon returning to his home in Steinhatchee, Florida, an area steeped in rumors and shady recollections of drug smuggling, Hamp settles into a normal routine of life fishing with his old friend Tom and visiting with Gwen whom he had found a job for with a friend of his. Normalcy is brief though. One morning Hamp receives a call from General Stone of the Department of Army Inspector General's office which embroils him in cloak and dagger experiences both in Europe at Hitler's old Eagle's Nest and in the Florida Keys with South American drug dealers. Little does he know at first that Herr Weismann, a Hitler clone, has already joined forces with wealthy and powerful men from around the globe for the purpose of stealing nuclear warheads to exchange for money with the drug lords for the purpose of bankrolling the furtherance of the Aryan race. After much plotting, several deaths, and many sleepless nights, Hamp and his select team secure the stolen warheads, capture the drug lords, and reestablish some sense of normalcy to his life in Steinhatchee, Florida.

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